Originally Posted by DaniFani
Oh my goodness....lala, your ability to take a thread and take the craziest spin on it just floors me lol. When I said we should open another thread I was speaking about a thread debating the responsibilities of owners who take their dog's to dog parks, any inherent risks, and potential liabilities. I don't know why you are so set on talking about dogs humping lol....the original thread was a dog pack that went barreling into a dog(akita) standing next to his owner, and the akita bit the OP's dog. You and other's said the Akita should "pay bills and then some" and I stated that imo going to a dog park involves inherent risks, and that having the dog bit is one of them.
I also brought up the reading dog language book, because I think a lot of owners "think" they are great at reading dog language, when they really aren't. And that this lack of knowledge and experience leads to owners putting their dog in bad situations, unknowingly, and then wanting to sue another owner because their dog was bit. Again, not sure why humping keeps being brought up. And the OP of the other post stated that she had no intention of going after the Akita's owner because her dog and another barreled into him and his owner, and if the rolls were reversed she couldn't say her dog wouldn't have reacted the same.
I am now starting to understand why so many "seasoned" posters here tell newer members to slow their role, get some experience and knowledge, and really think about what they are posting about so passionately and vehemently. Plus, you seem to jump to conclusions and assumptions very quickly, and I have seen many many times of you getting very heated about something that has really nothing to do with the original topic or message an OP was trying to convey.
i never said the owner should pay, you're mixing me up with someone else.
the reason i keep bring up dogs humping because for me it's a pressing issue lol))))) i'm so pissed about it because every freaking night i see the same dogs doing it and i'm tired of arguing that this is not the way it should be.
i did take your advice on reading the book about body language, i definitely want to understand what my dog is saying to me at all times.